Office of Student and Academic Services (OSAS)
The Office of Student and Academic Services (OSAS) mission is to support Non-Degree, MSW and PhD students during their academic program. OSAS also serves as a resource liaison in connecting students to appropriate services and administers the admission process. We take pride in providing a student friendly environment for students to succeed.
Calendars and Schedules
Computing on Campus
H. B. Trecker Library
Hartford Campus Co-op
Student Consumer Information (HEOA)
Graduate Student Organization
Business Services Office
The Business Services Office includes the Bursar and Registrar functions for the Hartford Campus. Financial Aid services are also housed within this unit. In addition to those services this office also handles One Card and Parking.
Undergraduate Building, Room 201
Hours of Operation: Monday through Friday – 8:30 a.m. through 4:30 p.m.
Phone Number: 860.570.9214
Registrar Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Bursar Email – email@example.com
Health & Safety
- 4/27GSO Steering Meeting
- 5/5Family Violence: Understanding Generational Patterns
- 5/7SSW Recognition Ceremony
- 5/19Impact of Social Media and Technology on Children & Families
- 5/22Ecotherapy: Linking Social Work and the Natural World
GSO Steering MeetingThursday, April 27th, 20175:30 PM - 7:00 PMGreater Hartford CampusUB Room 126
To RSVP for food planning purposes, please contact Savitri Horrigan and Jasmine Rosado at firstname.lastname@example.org. The agenda for this meeting can be found at http://ssw.uconn.edu/graduate-student-organization-minutes-agendas/.
Family Violence: Understanding Generational PatternsFriday, May 5th, 20179:00 AM - 3:30 PMGreater Hartford CampusSchool of Social Work, Room 203
This seminar will enable you to:
explore the dynamics and patterns of generational family violence
gain an understanding of the resilience and strengths of family members affected by generational family violence
discover social/cultural factors underpinning family violence and resilience
understand practice considerations when working with family violence patterns and the individual needs of traumatized members
SSW Recognition CeremonySunday, May 7th, 201710:00 AM - 12:00 PMOtherThe Bushnell
Impact of Social Media and Technology on Children & FamiliesFriday, May 19th, 20179:00 AM - 3:30 PMGreater Hartford CampusSchool of Social Work, Room 203
By examining songs, music videos, and advertising, participants will explore the impact of imagery and subliminal messages, understand the correlation between desensitization of imagery and violence on behavior, and learn how to assist clients to make distinctions between fantasy and reality. Participants will learn strategies to help clients identify why they make the choices they do online and provide them with healthy alternatives.
Ecotherapy: Linking Social Work and the Natural WorldMonday, May 22nd, 20179:30 AM - 3:30 PMGreater Hartford CampusSchool of Social Work, Room 203
Provides a sense of well-being
Makes people happier and kinder
Helps people heal faster
Addresses mental and emotional health issues
Shifts our relationship with the rest of the Earth
Increases our willingness to heal the Earth
Drawing on over 20 years of experience as a social worker and field biologist, Beth Lapin will provide an introduction to Ecotherapy, examine research addressing how and why it works, and offer hands-on examples that practitioners can add to their tool kit. With appreciation of and respect for the natural world, we will also explore what small steps we can take to give back to nature in reciprocity.